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Lawrence Stephens launches Family Law Practice

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Commercial law firm Lawrence Stephens has expanded its offering to meet growing demand from clients requiring family law expertise.

The newly created department will provide advice and services on a full range of family law matters including international and domestic divorces; dissolution of civil partnerships; pre- and post-nuptial agreements; financial claims and settlements; cohabitation agreements; mediation and child arrangement orders.

With a team of lawyers experienced in acting for HNWIs, foreign nationals, non-domiciles, entrepreneurs, politicians and sports professionals, the new practice will be multi-lingual, offering a variety of services in English, German, Tamil and Gujarati. Further details about the industry-leading practitioners joining the team will be announced shortly.

The addition of Lawrence Stephens’ Family department marks an exciting step forward in the expansion and growth of the firm, which celebrates its 25th anniversary next year.

Steven Bernstein, Senior Director, says: “In response to the demand, we have recruited a dedicated team of highly experienced lawyers who will provide expert family law services to our growing roster of clients.

“This is a landmark development in the history of Lawrence Stephens and I have no doubt that, with our experience and international contacts, the department will be a huge asset for clients now and in the future.

“Establishing this new practice enables us to provide a full suite of quality legal services to our valued clients, who are always our highest priority. We are very excited for this next stage in our development and look forward to seeing where it takes us in 2021 and beyond.”

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